The Evangelical Universalist Forum

For those of you interested in the conversation regarding universal reconciliation, particularly from an evangelical perspective, I want to make you aware of the Evangelical Universalist Forum featuring Gregory MacDonald (Robin Parry) and Thomas Talbott. Parry and Talbott are two of the leading thinkers regarding universal reconciliation having written two of the "must read" books on this subject--Parry's The Evangelical Universalist and Talbott's The Inescapable Love of God.

I was honored when the good folks at the EU Forum asked me to join the forum as one of their Featured Guests alongside Parry, Talbott and others.

I'm just getting started at the EU Forum with a few threads up about neuroscience, the prophetic imagination, and how proponents of universal reconciliation read the bible. There's also a place where people can ask me questions.

If you're interested in the conversation concerning universal reconciliation the EU Forum would be a good place to hang out.

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8 thoughts on “The Evangelical Universalist Forum”

  1. Thanks for this, Dr. Beck.

    At this point in my study and journey, the term "Evangelical Universalist" seems a bit of an oxymoron.  I eagerly look forward to further inquiry.

  2. Thank you for posting that. I've been enjoying your blog for the past few weeks, and look forward to participating both here and there. Your book "Unclean" has given me some great insights on behavior, and your blog gives me inspiration and hope for my soul and psyche.

  3. Sam initially we often get that reaction :-D so much so, that Robin did a PowerPoint presentation ( titled "Evangelical Universalism: Oxymoron?" at a conference on Evangelicalism & Universalism at Spurgeon's College (London) last year. 

  4. Oh, Lordy.  Slick Rick on the slippery slope.  How slippery is that?

    Use your skateboard.


  5. Thanks for the recommendation Richard. A few people have already followed your llink and joined the conversations over at EU (where I'm one of the moderators). We are also pointing people towards your excellent blog, so hopefully there'll be some traffic coming back the other way too. Cheers, Drew

  6. Depends what you mean by "progressive"? I usually just think of myself as an Evangelical Universalist (Evangelical in the UK sense of the word, more than the US sense).

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